Lowering Blood Pressure Naturally is Possible

Have you ever asked yourself: “can I lower my blood pressure naturally? “ Yes! Believe it or not, lowering blood pressure naturally and restoring healthy blood pressure without the help of prescription medication is completely doable as long as you inform yourself on the options available to you and as long as you are willing to put in the work needed in order to live a healthier lifestyle.

Let’s take for example the story of Jules Roberts, the creator of PD120, a natural blood pressure supplement. A man in his 60’s with over 30 years of experience in the medical field and someone who was struggling with high blood pressure despite the fact that he exercises on a daily basis and eats a healthy diet.

The High Blood Pressure Battle

Despite all of this, Jules found himself dealing with high blood pressure and he initially went with the traditional blood pressure treatment as prescribed by his doctor, which consisted of prescription medication and several drugs that were designed in to lower his blood pressure. The blood pressure drugs not only did not work as intended, but he found himself dealing with migraines, nausea and a large number of other side effects that were caused by the drugs he was taking.

This is when Jules figured out there had to be another way to effectively restore healthy blood pressure and not suffer the devastating side effects of prescription medication. With the help of an FDA-certified chemist and Jules’ herbalist wife, he developed a natural supplement that relies on the stabilizing power of several natural compounds and elements to support healthy blood pressure levels.

PD120: The Natural Way to Help Maintain Healthy Blood Pressure

PD120 is a natural formula which has proven to be extremely efficient when it comes to helping maintain healthy blood pressure levels. But in order to understand how PD120 works, we first need to take a look at the list of ingredients found in this supplement.

The first ingredient that stands out in this list is the coenzyme CoQ10, which is naturally found and produced in our bodies and it helps our bodies regulate the levels of energy within it as well as restoring damaged blood vessels and maintaining our hearts health by correcting irregular blood flow.

Another ingredient that we can find in PD120 is Sea Buckthorn; a natural herb that has been used as a source of vitamins, antioxidants and amino acids that is used to improve blood flow and lowering cholesterol, thus improving vascular health and regulating the amount of force that our heart produces when pumping out blood to the rest of our bodies.

Moving further down the list, we will find three essential fatty acids in PD120; Omega-7, Omega-9 and Omega-3. Fatty acids are essential sources of fuel that the body needs in order to perform its daily tasks. When these fatty acids are metabolized in our system they produce large amounts of ATP; a coenzyme that transports chemical energy within cells used for the metabolism. These fatty acids also have anti-inflammatory properties, which will further improve the health of your circulatory system without putting a strain on your heart or vessels.

Some of the other ingredients found in this natural supplement include flax seed oil, which is used to treat high cholesterol, Vitamin B1 (also known as thiamine) which has been proven effective in the treatment of diabetes and GI disease and Vitamin B6 which is a water-soluble vitamin that helps support adrenal function and maintain a healthy nervous system.

If we weigh the benefits of taking a natural blood pressure supplement, like PD120, against the risks and side effects associated with prescription blood pressure drugs, it is easy to see why the natural option is the only option. Jules suffers from high blood pressure himself and created PD120 to help others with their ongoing battle.

If you or someone you know is currently struggling with hypertension and the harsh side effects associated with prescription medication, we encourage you to take the natural approach when it comes to treating high blood pressure.